We’re all living longer, especially women. That means women retiring are most likely have more time to enjoy after tour working life.
Living longer means you have a greater chance of outliving whatever you have saved. In fact, this is often referred to as the number one financial worry for most women.
To compound it, while my peers and may daughter’s generation in particular, have benefitted from gender equality, you’re still at a disadvantage when it comes to accumulating money for your retirement.
The reality is, you’ll need to save more to live comfortably in retirement.
So here’s my advice. Don’t enter this phase of your life without any options. Have the skills, have the mentality, have the financial independence for a long and contented retirement. I’ll help you have them and keep them.
Consider how you can turn as much of your spare cash into savings that can work for you in retirement.
Investing may seem risky and you probably want to make sure you have enough for a rainy day. Creating a financial plan that enables you to do both. Protect yourself and still secure your future savings.